Divorce Cases During Covid-19

Divorce Cases During COVID-19

As we move through this new coronavirus crisis together, our law office will remain fully operational. All matters, for the time being, can be handled over the phone, video conference, live chat and via email. If you have any questions about handling a divorce case during COVID-19, do not hesitate to contact our office.

Court Proceedings Temporarily Suspended

The Supreme Court issued an order on March 27, 2020 extending the deadlines for the suspension of court proceedings and other matters in light of the ongoing public health emergency caused by coronavirus COVID-19. The order extends by 30 days the provisions set forth in previous orders involving criminal, civil, family, tax and municipal courts. It also continues the suspension of civil and criminal jury trials until further notice. This means that all in-court matters are at the very least postponed until early May.

Our experienced Montclair attorneys can still assist you with all family law-related needs, such as issues of child custody, child support, divorce, and domestic violence disputes. We are always ready to help our clients in any way we can.

Contact Tanya Freeman Law, LLC

When facing legal issues that impact your family’s future, it’s easy to become confused and frustrated. Fortunately, you do not have to face these issues alone. By retaining a New Jersey family law attorney, you can explore your legal options with the guidance of an attorney. Tanya L. Freeman is committed to helping families find resolutions to a wide range of legal matters, including divorcechild custody and child support, and alimony.

Tanya L. Freeman and her team of New Jersey family law attorneys understand how difficult it is to deal with legal issues that impact your family. We know how important it is to resolve these issues quickly and effectively and take great care to address every detail of your family’s legal concerns. Schedule a consultation in our Jersey City or East Hanover office today.

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